PyQwt is a set of Python bindings for the Qwt C++ class library.
Version: 0.1.5PyQwt is a set of Python bindings for the Qwt C++ class library which extends the Qt framework with widgets for scientific and engineering applications. It provides a widget to plot 2-dimensional data and various widgets to display and control bounded or unbounded floating point values.
Operating System: Linux
PyQwt3D project is highly recommended to use PyQwt with either Numeric, numarray or both. Numeric and numarray extend the Python language with new data types to turn Python into an ideal language for numerical computing and experimentation. The beautiful general purpose programming language Python in combination with the Numerical extensions and SciPy is as powerful as specialized tools like MatLab and IDL.
PyQwt addresses the problem of integrating PyQt, Qt, Qwt, the Numerical Python extensions and optionally SciPy in a GUI Python application or in an interactive Python session.
The documentation explains how to install PyQwt on MicroSoft Windows, MacOS/X and any POSIX system supported by Qt (HPUX, Irix, Linux, Sun). The download guide has quick links to the PyQwt releases and their prerequisites.
PyQwt integrates nicely with the Qt Designer (version 3.0 or higher) and the Eric integrated development environment. The FAQ explains why PyQt's closed source Black Adder interactive development environment cannot be used with PyQwt.
Â· Python-2.5.x,-2.4.x, or -2.3.
Â· PyQt-4.0.x, or -3.16.x (or the future PyQt-4.1 or PyQt-3.17)
Â· SIP-4.4.x (or the future SIP-4.5)
Â· Qt-4.2.x, Qt-4.1.x, Qt-3.3.x, or -3.2.x.
Â· QwtPlot3D-0.2.6 (optionally).
What's New in This Release:
1. Python-2.5, or -2.4.
2. PyQt-4.3, -4.2, -4.1, or -3.17.
3. SIP-4.7, -4.6, or -4.5.
4. Qt-4.3, -4.2, Qt-3.3, or -3.2.